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Thinkvisibility Representation

By Dixon Jones September 2, 2011

Due to personal commitments, I cannot attend Thinkvisibility in Leeds this weekend, but will be sending our Ambassador, Barrie Smith instead. If you have any questions about how he uses Majestic on a day to day basis, please ask him. If you are there and would like a demo or a trial, track him down. He will probably be watching the England match this evening and will be at the… Continue reading

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7 Ways to get a Free Trial of Majestic SEO

By Dixon Jones August 29, 2011

Although Majestic SEO does not currently offer a blanket “free trial” of its service, you can get quite a lot for free already. However, we do like to meet people face to face at conferences and if you make the effort to come and see us at a conference, we’ll try and make the effort to go the extra mile to get you trying Majestic’s paid services. (Though since a… Continue reading

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Google vs Facebook. Who’s winning?

By Dixon Jones August 22, 2011

New research at Majestic SEO suggests that Facebook is holding off the Google+ challenge – at least for the moment.

We all know that Google and Facebook are far from friends. They are fighting for hearts and minds and whilst everyone has a view on who is winning, you can’t always find metrics that compare like with like Majestic Million is one such metric. It tracks the spread of… Continue reading

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Majestic SEO goes to Brazil

By Dixon Jones July 22, 2011

If you thought all the “Buzz” in SEO was in the US and Europe, you should know that Expon in Brazil had the best part of 1,000 attendees. That’s an impressive turnout. I moderated a panel yesterday and it was SO popular that we had to run it again at 6:30 PM so that those that were turned away in the day could see it. Even the SECOND showing… Continue reading

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Migrating from Yahoo BOSS To Majestic API

By Steve Pitchford July 13, 2011

The last few days has seen news released that the Yahoo/Bing relationship will result in “Microsoft Webmaster Tools to support Yahoo! Site Explorer Community“, or as interpreted by Barry Schwartz at Search Engine Land “Yahoo Shutting Down Site Explorer This Year“… Continue reading

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